The Ravens have disciplined a staff member for conduct surrounding the recent COVID-19 cases the forced their game against the Steelers on Thanksgiving to be postponed.
The team released a short statement in regards to the disciplinary action on Wednesday evening.
Tom Pelissero the NFL Network also reported the news, but had some more details. According to his source, the Ravens "disciplined a strength and conditioning coach for not reporting symptoms and not consistently wearing a mask or tracking device, which may have contributed to the team's rash of COVID-19 cases."
The Steelers will host the Ravens at Heinz Field this Sunday. Kickoff for the rescheduled game is set for 1:15pm.
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